Category Archives: bryce harper

Good times rolling in Nats Town

Nats 7, Cardinals 4

Admit it. You’re getting a little giddy now. You fill out possible 2012 rotations with “Strasburg” penciled in. You find a spot on the field for top draft pick Anthony Rendon, who you’re sure will be an on-base machine. Bry… Continue reading

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An overblown kiss to the pitcher [video]

John Keim

Bryce Harper blew a kiss at a pitcher after a home run Monday night. Yes, it should be pointed out that you don’t behave this way in the big leagues. You don’t show up other players li… Continue reading

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Come On, Give Bryce Some Sugar

So if you haven’t seen it yet, HERE is some video of Nationals phenom and super prospect Bryce Harper smashing a home run during a June 6th Hagerstown Suns game and as he comes around third to home plate he obviously blows a kiss to the pitcher. Yes he does. It isn’t anything else. He [...] Continue reading

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Nats Farm Report — Week Ending June 5

by Tyler Radecki, Staff Writer
Syracuse Chiefs, AAA International League (23-31)
Pitching Report:
Ross Detwiler: He finally put a terrible, terrible month of May behind him (8.70 ERA, 1-5 record) with his first start of June, throwing six innings of two-run (one earned) ball on Saturday with seven strikeouts and two walks. If he can pitch like May was just a bad month, he may find himself back at Continue reading

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Zimmerman Aces First Test in Rehab Stint in Hagerstown

"I think an extra week is better than getting hurt again." Ryan Zimmerman, on being patient with his rehab from abdominal surgery.

It had been a long time since Ryan Zimmerman played Class-A ball. He played four games for Class-A Savannah in 2005, the year he was drafted, and two more for Potomac in 2008 on a rehab assignment.  That’s the situation he was in on Sunday, suiting up for the Low-A Continue reading

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His Beard Hurts

I feel so out of the loop. Having a real job and doing real work actually really sucks– if you consider coyote chasing a real job and real work. It seems every time I feel I get caught up on the Nats I am suddenly buried in oodles of information and news that is being [...] Continue reading

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Nats Farm Report for Week Ending May 29

Syracuse Chiefs, AAA International League
Pitching Report
Ross Detwiler: His first four starts of the year were fantastic, but since then, it has been poor start after poor start for Detwiler. He’s given up four or more runs in five straight starts, and his ERA has ballooned to 5.77 after his start on the 24th: 3 2/3 IP, 10 H, 8 R (6 ER), 1 BB, 1 K. He needs to turn it around quickly, or a switch Continue reading

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Bryce Harper In 2011? Wake Up And Smell Reality

Ah, finally. Back on the NQ. I am somewhere in the wilderness of Nelson County, VA with my employer Lord Henry Rumplefoot who is hunting down a pack of intrusive coyotes while I take notes and write about it. Using a 577 T-Rex rifle with a compass in the stalk, he has claimed two of [...] Continue reading

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Better days ahead … still

John Keim

One good thing about the Nats-Orioles series this weekend? It stops us from talking about another mediocre battle: the Redskin… Continue reading

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No No. 1 pick, but Nats’ draft plan progressing

The past two seasons the MLB draft has arguably been the most important date on the Nats’ calendar. Forget games. In 2009 and 2010 it was all about selecting no-brainer draft picks Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper and getting them signed before los… Continue reading

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